18 Exterior Curved Roofline Camper Building Type Design Photos And Ideas

A vintage trailer with two bikes in Dayton, Oregon’s bucolic Willamette Valley wine country.
Towable campers from Icelandic company Mink.
A Socal Teardrops “Krawler” from Off The Grid Rentals.
A teardrop trailer from teardrop trailer rental company Camp Weathered.
Mink Campers come equipped with solar panels, Webasto heater and thermostat, gas stove, illuminated ice chest, USB charging,  and BOSE sound system.
A trailer at El Cosmico in Marfa, Texas.
"I like the more boxy, modern look," Herbert says, "and I think it fits the small space better. You have more space in a box. As soon as you put a peak on a roof, you lose a lot of that usable space."
The Leaf House is a lightweight, mobile trailer that was carefully engineered to weigh less than 5,000 pounds. The designer, Laird Herbert, used a metal-mesh, open-joint rainscreen as the cladding on the front end, and spruce pine at the back.
The structure is super-insulated, making use of quad-paned windows and vacuum-insulated panels.
LED lights illuminate the trailer at night.
Timberleaf Teardrops have aluminum siding and anodized top and sides available in a variety of colors.
A lightweight frame enclosed with taut fabric and sheets of Jobert Okume marine plywood are used for this 44-square-foot hybrid prefab trailer house.
Revamped 1973 Holiday Rambler is now an all new living space.

Zoom out for a look at the modern exterior. From your dream house, to cozy cabins, to loft-like apartments, to repurposed shipping containers, these stellar projects promise something for everyone. Explore a variety of building types with metal roofs, wood siding, gables, and everything in between.

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